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We need to put in a quality assurance system for our distance and e-learning products - does anybody have any suggestions about where we would find information to help us?
Ruth Bell

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  1. quality assurance system for our distance and e-learning product
    Dear Ruth

    I was a member of the Insitute of IT Training review panel that put together their set of standards for reviewing the quality of e-Learning products. You can download the full Code of Practice, (which incorporates these Standards) in Adobe Acrobat format from:

    http://iitt.vbnlive.com/POOLED/ARTICLES/BF_SITEART/VIEW.ASP?Q=BF_SITEART_286204&WAI=pws

    I think you will find this very useful. Of course, you could also consider formal IITT accreditation as an e-Learning Provider.

    Turning to distance learning, ODL QC was founded in 1969 as the Council for the Accreditation of Correspondence Colleges, becoming the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council in 1995.

    Set up at the request of government, it continues to benefit from governmental support and cooperation, though it is now an independent body, and a registered charity.

    The aim of the Council is to identify and enhance quality in education and training, and to protect the interests of learners.

    The Standards set out the Council’s definition of quality. Open and distance learning providers who meet those standards are eligible to apply for accreditation.

    You can find out more by visiting:

    http://www.odlqc.org.uk/odlqc.htm

    I trust this helps

    Best wishes

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